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Case Presentation

Case presentations offer an opportunity to brainstorm evidence-based solutions or share successes with colleagues and other professionals around the state and nation.

Benefits of presenting a case during an ECHO session include:

• Receive feedback on current strategies
• Learn how to implement best practices with fidelity
• Improve individuals and programs outcomes by reducing variations in services and supports

How to present a case.

  1. Complete a case presentation form (please choose the format of your preference)

Google Forms:
Assistive Technology
Behavioral Health
*All Other Networks   *Including Behavior Supports

Microsoft Word Forms:
Assistive Technology
Behavioral Health
*All Other Networks   *Including Behavior Supports

PDF Forms*: 
Assistive Technology
Behavioral Health
*All Other Networks   *Including Behavior Supports

*Please use Adobe Acrobat Reader to fill out the PDF form.
The software is available for free at*. 

2. Submit the form to
3. Schedule a presentation date (You will be contacted by a project coordinator)
4. Attend session and present case
5. Engage in brainstorming and receive feedback from UW ECHO network
6. Receive written recommendations from project coordinator at UW ECHO
7. Consider and implement recommendations as appropriate to your practice
8. Participate in future sessions and share successes

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